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    Zoa names?

    I've been looking on quite a few sites but haven't seen these or I'm just missing them, do any of these have names or are they just common no-name zoas?

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    I don't recognize them, but then again, everytime you learn the name of a zoa, two more are named. At the end of the day, if you like the zoa, then get it! Those are very pretty!

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    "What's in a name? That which we call a rose
    By any other name would smell as sweet."
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    hmmmmm....I could be off since I'm out of my zoa name practice, but I think there might be some Golden Midas and Globetrotters mixed in there? Again, just a best guess.
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    Way to many funky names to remember! Ask Dennis at FJW he may know


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    You can try to match them with this site. Zoabrary (Zoanthid ID) The Zoanthid Library

    There may be some close matches there to ID them, but with so many kinds being named differently it's really difficult to nail many of the lesser known ones down.


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